Hon Speaker, let me indeed follow in the footsteps of my leader, the Speaker of this Parliament, in welcoming the hon Ambrosini. Hon Ambrosini, I have taken note of what you have said, and we'll be eagerly waiting to welcome you to the Department of Health and listen attentively to your ideas. Listening is what we do, for we do not have all the answers.
I wish to emphasise that in the final analysis human life is in the hands of God; only He has the final say and only He can declare what works and what doesn't. The rest of us are just trying our best. But bit by bit I believe He reveals to us, as human beings, the techniques of what works and what doesn't. I want to believe these techniques are revealed to various people amongst us. These people come in various styles and shapes. Some will use prayer; others will use ordinary water; some will use chemicals and roots; and others will use bones and all the other things that human beings use in their desperation to find answers.